Monday, December 1, 2014

Sunday Confessions: Power






Power is so many things.

I believe that your mouth has power, that by saying something you are sending it out into the universe as something that could be.  That the words you use create a ripple not only in the world, but on the person you use them to or about.

I believe in a higher power.  What that higher power is I'm not sure, but what if "God" is really just a power?  Not good or bad but just "power"?  Are you using that power to propel yourself for good or evil?  Is the agenda or goal you're promoting one that spreads positive ripples or negative ripples?

I believe that we all have power.  Power to change the life of an animal, the life of a person, the condition of things and the way things stand.  We have the power to choose how we are going to see and respond to any situation we encounter.  Sometimes, we don't realize how much power we have.  Sometimes we give away our power.

I believe that sometimes when you want to take power away from something, the best thing you can do is laugh at it.  Someone once told me that if people had laughed at Hitler and kept laughing, World War II might not have ever happened.  In many ways, I believe this could have been true.  I know that in my own life, I am not really ok with something until I can laugh at it and while it might still hurt... I know if I can laugh at it, I can survive it somehow.

Consider your power.  Consider the power you have, how it impacts others,  how it impacts your world... are you using it wisely?


3 comments:

  1. Very profound & heartening words, spoken with truth & depth. This needs to be heard by all the people across the whole world, part of a intro to being human manual! Too many people are unaware of the power they contain & many more are using theirs for negativity, it's a shame.

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  2. Love this Ash, I too believe that words are powerful. They can build you up or break you down. It's all in the power you give to them. 💗

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  3. What a great reminder to stop before we speak. We need to remember that what we say about ourselves, to others and about others matters.

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